ComplexCon x 2017 [ Day 2 Recap]








Founded in 2002, Complex is a New York based company that focuses on cultural trends, fashion, music, sports and pop culture. Since it’s inception, founder Marc Ecko and the Complex team have continued to find innovative ways to continue to push their brand and presence amongst their global audience. Last year, Marc Ecko decided to take Complex to new heights by hosting it’s first annual Complex Con (Long Beach, CA). After much success in 2016, Complex Con came back to host their second annual convention this past weekend. And since P.O.S.was fortunate enough to attend ComplexCon this past Sunday (Day 2), it’s only right we share some of our experience at this past event.

This year’s Host Committee was led by Cultural Director/Executive Chair Pharrell Williams,  Takashi Murakami, Off-White designer and founder Virgil Abloh, Colette co-founder Sarah Andelman, Jaden Smith and more.

art exhibits were a1!

“Neo-Tokyo” is a fictional version of the city using pixels and LED lights to pay homage to today’s streetwear, fashion, art & cultural influences.
Photo exhibit that placed one’s portrait on a wall of endless other portraits.
contemporary art – long live the 90s….

met a lot of dope retail vendors…

Easily one of our favorite fashion vendors (@Dumbgood)
Montreal based company – Atelier New Regime
Another one of our favorite vendors was Montreal based “Atelier New Regime” who collaborated with artist Ricardo Cavolo for their fashion line.

Got to Catch a few dope artists in their natural element

@2chainz back on his feet for the first time in months!
@BigKrit was definitely a humble dude, got to talk to him about his latest album “4eva is a Mighty Long Time”









Pharrell links up with Snarkitecture team
Pasadena, CA artist @WillieHundreds stopped by ComplexCon as well!
Champion dropped their new line of bubble jackets. Champion mascot ready to risk it all…

Concert/ Live Performance to end the night!

All of the concerns went up, especially Thugger’s set!

*All photos/videos were shot on an iphone 8+ courtesy of P.O.S. Staff*